‘Cataclysmic’: What You Probably Didn’t Know About Germany Getting Its Gold Back From the Federal Reserve | TheBlaze.com

 

‘Cataclysmic’: What You Probably Didn’t Know About Germany Getting Its Gold Back From the Federal Reserve | TheBlaze.com.

 

Some interesting information on Germany requesting their gold back from the so called ‘federal reserve’. Originally, they asked to SEE their gold, the fed told them “no.” Pause there for a second… You go to your bank and say not ‘I want to see my money, because most banks don’t actually have your money in them (nervous yet?), but rather just ‘let me look in MY safe deposit box’, and your bank tells you “NO”. What do you do? Yea, me too.

So then the Germans decide they want their gold back. The fed, who is supposedly just STORING their gold says ‘it’ll take until the year 2020 to give it back to you. Then they say that they will make payments on it (why?!?!), and the first one will be this past December. They sent back 50 tons LESS than they are supposed to to meet their own deadline.

I the most ridiculous part of this thing is the people on NBC muttering incoherent suggestions of what this means “i bet you that’s not very big–‘, “I wonder why”, “it’s not quite clear why”, “German politics, is that what it is?”, and my personal favorite “they wanna have it”.

Glens theory of ‘Rehypothecation‘ is a reasonable suggestion. Basically it means the fed went and used the god for something while we were supposed to just be holding on to it. If you’re not an agency of the executive branch of the federal government, they call it “Theft by conversion“.

                          


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